I hope that was descriptive enough. Please read my answer from a different thread some topic. This is what I have so far and you can see the issue. The file doesnt reside anywhere else but in a subdirectory under the sitename.
The file in question needs to be renamed with a. Is it going to be the same on every machine and will there be only one of them?
The first issue is that the "Trainingsite" directory in the string is always different on every webserver. In some cases I have seen that it does not want to fully delete all the folders and subs.
The issue is mostly never caused by Windows itself. Or place a known file or registry setting on each machine with path to the file. Which route do you want to go, or is there another way you could find the desired file. December 12, what is the actual filename? In general this can be caused by anykind of Scenarios and Software.
Iceman, The servers are all webservers. If the folder is unique from machine to machine your choices would be to search the machine for the filename though you may find more than one, then what will you do. Sure, in cases where it can be reprduced and explained, one particular root cause can be fixed via a Hotfix.
Its a command line tool, showing you what process is having an active handle on this file and gives you the option to release it.
You can then take action and for example reconfigure your AV, or remove some 3rd Party app you dont need. Unfortunally the website names are all different and the directory structure maybe be different. The handle tool should not take as general solution but it should point you to he "bad" software holding the file.
Tools like AV Software, are mostly the rootcause. What always work is the Tool handle.
The script reads from a textfile that has all the webserver IP addresses. Go there delete the very last one and delete the locked root folder. For instance, some websites may reside on the D drive and some may reside on the C drive However the file name is the same on all the servers.
Also the file needs to be renamed not copied over and an new file need to be copied to that location.
If you are lucky the lock releases, after you close all open windows and wait a minute. WHat do you have so far. After the installation the pc wants to restart, but the AV Software has still an open handle on the installation folder.
Do you have any ideas or an easier way of doing this. And these are usually a lot after checking for the first time. The official KB Aricle can be found at the bottom on the handle.
There are situation where the lock does not get released after reboot. In this case a file or empty folder was left in one of the subfolders. Sometimes you can find something checking the properties of the locked file, using the process explorer tool.Sep 03, · Overwrite if exists VCL.
Hi guys, I am copying a file from source to the target and I need to overwrite if the file exists. Issue with MoveFile method to overwrite file in Destination in vbscript? Ask Question. Is there a way to default this to always overwrite a file in the destionation directory if it already exists?
file-io vbscript fso. share | improve this question. edited Sep 12 '14 at Tshepang.
Jan 21, · The action can't be completed because the file is open in Windows Explorer. MoveFileEx('C:\windows\system32\mi-centre.com',nil,MOVEFILE_REPLACE_EXISTING or MOVEFILE_DELAY_UNTIL_REBOOT); This code will work properly in Borland Delphi Compilers, and as you can see, the file.
The third and fourth arguments to CopyFileEx() specify the address of and the argument for a progress routine, which is a callback routine that is called whenever a portion of the file has been copied. How to overwrite target files with mv? Ask Question. up vote down vote favorite.
I have a ton of files and dirs in a subdirectory I want to move to the parent directory. There are already some files and dirs in the target directory which need to be overwritten.
mv will happily overwrite an existing target file with the one you are. Feb 13, · I can use other products such as CoreFTP and the file transfers overwrite existing files on the same server without problems so I dont believe it is a specific remote server permissions issue.
Regards. using "mv" to transfer files. Force overwrite of dest files martin wrote: I can tell you more, if post a log file.Download